Having recently unveiled an alluring array of alternative Bestival pleasures including The Grand Palace of Entertainment, Slumbarave, Time for Tease, the Knees Up Tent, Mazy’s Art Club, Club Dada and myriad sideshows and micro-venues (click here to check ‘em all out), Bestival are now very proud to announce a rather fine selection of silver screen treats to keep you entertained.
FROM NOMAD CINEMA / BRANCHAGE FILM FESTIVAL TAKEOVER / LOST PICTURE SHOW & THE SOL CINEMA
FEATURING YELLOW SUBMARINE / CHEMICAL BROTHERS: DON’T THINK / PULP FICTION / RESERVOIR DOGS / WATCHMEN / SIN CITY / MULHOLLAND DRIVE / BLUE VELVET / 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (RE-SCORED BY TEETH OF THE SEA) / CAT SOUP (RE-SCORED BY BO NINGEN) & MANY MORE
Celebrating the very best in moving pictures and sound, we’ve got it all from out and out classics to cutting edge cinematography as the Nomad Cinema, the Branchage Film Festival Takeover, the Lost Picture Show and the amazing Sol Cinema join us at Robin Hill Country Park from 6-9 September.
“2012 may well be the year of Wildlife at Bestival – it’s also the year of cinema down on the site… Our amazing partners Nomad have come up with such a strong bill from the classic Yellow Submarine to the Chemical Brothers insanely good film Don’t Think not forgetting two cracking double bills from David Lynch and Quentin Tarantino. If that wasn’t enough for any cinephile add in some superb soundtrack cinema from our mates in Jersey, Branchage plus the beautiful Lost Picture Show and Sol Cinema dropping by. Just make sure you remember to catch some bands too!” Rob da Bank
But that’s not all, as we have two chances to showcase your short film at Bestival! Firstly, we’re looking for an outstanding short film to help us Keep Bestival Green & Tidy. The winning film will be shown over the weekend on the main stage and the filmmaker will win a pair of tickets to Bestival. More info is available here.
Secondly, we’re looking for funny, inspiring, uplifting, vintage, political, or just plain daft films to show in our micro solar powered cinema Sol Cinema. If you’ve made a flick that fits the bill then go here to find out more!
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